Advantage II Reviews and Consumer Product Summary Report
Advantage II Flea and Tick Treatment for Cats and Dogs is a fairly well recognized brand. Many consumers report that they recognize the brand, however not as many claim to have purchased the product. We like treatments that have options for both dogs and cats, and Advantage II certainly fits that bill. We decided to take a closer look at this topical flea and tick treatment and see how it stacks up against the competition.
Advantage II Reviews show that it contains an adulticide (imidacloprid) and an insect growth regulator (pyriproxyfen) to kill all life fleas of all life stages. They also claim that it kills fleas through contact, so they don’t have to bite your dog to die. Each treatment can last up to 1 month.
Price and Buying
Advantage II is available in a number of different sized treatments. They offer 4 months and 6 months supplies of many of their treatments. 3 months, 6 months in others. Prices range from $38-$59 depending on which treatment and supply you select. This places Advantage II on the higher side price wise but certainly still competitive.
Information Found Online
By most accounts, Advantage II has a loyal following and the product seems to be fairly effective and safe. Consumers seemed to pleased overall with the products and while some claim it could be more effective, there did not seem to be a large amount of complaints or negative reviews about the products.
It is worth mentioning that there is mixed opinions about how effective this treatment is and some claim to works best on indoor dogs only. While there is no evidence to suggest that, it was a theme in the reviews and testimonials we came across.
Overall, this product seemed to rate well and would be recommended to others from the users, which is always a nice thing.
In a Nut Shell
Advantage II Reviews have shown that most consumers are happy with this product. Yes a sprinkle of negative out there, but nothing alarming by any means. The main issue with this product for consumers is the price. It does not fit the budget of many consumers, especially those with multiple dogs.
As far as we are concerned, this price is in the competitive range. Yes its a bit high for some, and we can understand that is a deterrent. For us, our main concern, is that there are products on the market that perform better AND cost less. That is why we recommend you continue to read our reviews and check out comparison charts before you jump to ANY purchases.